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By Pete Moore On May 2nd, 2019 at 6:19 pm

A wedding has to be done right, and it looks like the Thais know the score. None of your commie equality for them. So the Thai king got hitched today, and we have a snap from the ceremony. I like his style. There are his feet, and there’s his bride, already loving, honouring and obeying.

Nice shapely bum too.

Treason, or just Sedition ?

By Patrick Van Roy On May 1st, 2019 at 7:58 pm

Let’s look at the Mueller investigation in an ugly but realistic light shall we…

Mueller in the course of his 22-month probe, Mueller “employed 19 lawyers who were assisted by a team of approximately 40 FBI agents, intelligence forensic accountants, and other professional staff. The Special Counsel issued more than 2,800 subpoenas, executed nearly 500 search warrants, obtained more than 230 orders for communication records, issued almost 50 orders authorizing use of pen registers, made 13 requests to foreign governments for evidence, and interviewed approximately 500 witnesses.

It totally cleared the President of Collusion, it did not have evidence to charge the President with Obstruction, but refused to clear him of it.

Those are the stated findings.

A Prosecutor’s job is to determine whether there is evidence of the crime being investigated that the person being investigated can be charged with.  It is a yes or no question, and in the american system of justice the prosecutor does not discuss the details of the investigation if he does not charge. Others might but a Prosecutor does not.

Mueller took 22 months on this investigation while the report indicates that he had wrapped up the “Collusion” half of the investigation in the first 7 months.

There was no Predicating Crime, but the predicating reason for the investigation was a conspiracy between Trump and the Trump camp conspiring with Russia to rig the Election. Mueller knew before the first year ended that none of that took place.

Why after the conclusion of innocence was reached in the first 7 months did the investigation continue? Why after knowing no collusion took place did Mueller continue to want to get the President to testify? Why for 15 months did Mueller unobstructed continue to look for obstruction of a crime that never existed?

Mueller’s second finding of no evidence of obstruction, but unwillingness to “exonerate” is purely political and can easily be viewed as Sedition. In any other case this report would be closed to the public. Mueller knew this would not be. The entire second half of his report is dirt and hearsay not one word cross examined not one charge able to be filed against the President, but enough innuendo for the democrats to continue to undermine his Presidency.

The only question is did Mueller do this in concert with anyone, or is he really just a political hack insider?

18 of the 19 Lawyers Mueller had working for him were tied to the Clintons. Including the Clinton Foundation Attorney and Andrew Wiseman the most unscrupulous attorney in the country who was at the Clinton Inaugural the night of the election.

Now he leaked a classified letter saying  he didn’t like the way Barr summarized his report the day before Barr testifies before Congress. Another act of sedition.

Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III wrote a letter in late March complaining to Attorney General William P. Barr that a four-page memo to Congress describing the principal conclusions of the investigation into President Trump “did not fully capture the context, nature, and substance” of Mueller’s work, according to a copy of the letter reviewed Tuesday by The Washington Post.

Over the next two years many of the Obama Justice Department are going to be going to jail, maybe that list should include Mueller.


By Pete Moore On May 1st, 2019 at 6:40 pm

The Defence Secretary has just been sacked “following an inquiry into the leak of information from the National Security Council.” He’s not my cup tea. Far too oily and ambitious. As always, the Prime Minister called it wrong when she appointed him.

On the one hand, you can’t have leaks from the National Security Council (though goodness knows what they think they’re securing; it’s not our borders, traditions, heritage or national dignity). On the other hand, you can’t have a mentally ill Prime Minister doing insane deals with the IT arm of the Chinese state.

If it was Williamson who squeaked then he should stay sacked because that kind of greaser only brings trouble. But he should also get a gong for pulling back the curtain on the PM’s further treachery.


By Pete Moore On May 1st, 2019 at 6:22 pm

Happy Beltane

The Shadow Chancellor spent the day in Trafalgar Square on some commie ritual. This is him, seated second right, wearing a blood red tie –

You’ll see Lenin, Stalin and Mao behind him. That’s quite a death toll. In fact it’s most of the 100 million or so murdered by communists in that mural alone. But we’re supposed to “beware the rise of the far Right” which “peddles hate”.

Don’t make me laugh.


By David Vance On May 1st, 2019 at 9:51 am

By Chris Morrison

May 1st 2018

Fiddles out – everyone is looking on as the elites sign up to misery, disease and human destruction as envisaged by a bunch of odious deluded Marxists called Extinction Rebellion.

We did warn:

“Next Monday April 15 a group of hard left, anti-democratic, violent, drug fuelled narcissistic revolutionaries will take to the streets in a co-ordinated plan to block as much social and commercial traffic as possible. The ultimate aim according to UK organiser Roger Hallam is to cause food shortages and “once that happens the regime will fall”.

Well, Roger didn’t get his food shortages – the only such shortages occurring in his failed organic farming days – but his friends did get to meet Michael Gove who declared that he was “ready to act on the climate and ecological emergency”.

On the Labour side, sociology graduate and – Heaven help us – shadow business minister Rebecca Long Bailey set down a motion for Parliament to debate said climate emergency.

Climate emergency is what all the fashionable people are touting these days. As always, Green MP Caroline Lucas was ahead of the game having announced one in February after a couple of warm early spring days.

In Scotland Nicola Sturgeon also declared one but perhaps not the type envisaged by the local Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders. Last year it warned that Scottish and UK government green energy policy was likely to lead to severe electricity blackouts. Such events, it warned, “lead to death, severe societal and industrial disruption, civil disturbance and loss of production”.

You might have missed this alarming report in the mainstream media on the understandable grounds that it wasn’t reported. On the other hand, in 2014 the Guardian ran a massive puff relaying the then Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond’s view that Scotland’s energy resources can power much of Europe. Scotland, he said, no doubt to raucous applause, “could be the Saudi Arabia of renewables”.

The delusion that unreliable expensive renewables are going to provide all our energy needs by 2050 is now endemic throughout the liberal elites.

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By Pete Moore On April 30th, 2019 at 6:40 pm

Crackers in Caracas

Juan Guaidó has put out a bizarre video, claiming that he’s in the final stage of overthrowing Comrade Maduro. Out come Guaidó’s supporters, and out comes the military to mow them down. Thus socialism comes to its natural point yet again.


By David Vance On April 30th, 2019 at 3:39 pm

My debate from last evening. I don’t do the BBC or Sky on a matter of principled but as you can see from this, RT allow me to have my say. And I did.

Our Battle Of Britain

By Patrick Van Roy On April 30th, 2019 at 2:36 pm

International Jazz Day

By Patrick Van Roy On April 30th, 2019 at 2:35 pm

Enjoy a true master


By Pete Moore On April 29th, 2019 at 6:32 pm

A US recruitment firm has been accused of racism after posting a job advert stating that it would prefer to hear from white candidates.

So is it legal? If not then it should be. A private firm in a free country should be free to recruit whoever it likes.

(Obviously such rules don’t apply to government and the BBC, which routinely discriminate against British candidates.)